Thank you to all who joined us in celebrating 23 years of the Tour de Wyoming...
...as bicyclists rode the Bighorn River Basin, first going along the eastern edge and then heading north into Montana.
They then came back along the western edge of the basin before returning to Thermopolis – making a 365 mile loop.
While at Meeteetse, on July 18 - Day 5 & July 19 - Day 6 of their journey, riders stopped to overnight in Meeteetse at the high school sports field.
Dinner and Breakfast was served to event participants at the Meeteetse Senior Center.
For details see their website, at https//tourdewyoming.org
Check on these site links above for more info.
Other Meeteetse locations to buy food:
Randol's Southern-Pit BBQ Trailer - on State Street downtown across from the Elk Horn Bar @ State St. & Water St.
Wea Market in the town center
"Wonderful setting and meal preparations for the tour's many riders, families and friends!" ~ Marilyn Krysl
Dinner Taco Bar - Meeteetse style - featuring the home cooked recipies of Dan Sedam & Heather Johnson
Jesse and Dan eagerly welcoming the tour's riders for supper time....
Alicia & Heather taking care of the kitchen and meal prep...
Wow! This is great! We think the setup here in Meeteetse is the best yet considering all the places we've ridden...
Dawn's early light over Meeteetse - Day 6
Tour de Wyoming 2019 - Day 6 - Daybreak at the tent camping site, thank you to the Meeteetse High School for the use of their football field...
The Tour de Wyoming riders are supported by a large group from all over America, and many were going along in their RV's such as this...
A special thanks goes out to Keri Anderson at DD Cafe for preparing her awesome breakfast burritos for all to enjoy as a start to their Day 6 ride out to Thermopolis.
Day 6 ended the 2019 Tour de Wyoming at Thermopolis Armory.